Paradox of Freedom
In Paradox of Freedom Christine Iliadis offers the reader a blue-print for ditching learned behaviour and replacing it with inner freedom. Learned behaviour such as seeking praise for what we do leads to dependency which can be the basis for a pessimistic and depressing downward spiral. Instead of seeking praise simply rely on your own assessment.Chapters cover life-affecting emotions like anger and guilt and constructs such as justice and ask the reader to control these things rather than be under their sway. If you consider yourself to be under the constraints of learned behaviour then Paradox of Freedom could well offer you the psychological tools to break free.
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